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Since 2002, Barco’s CMDS-2MT and MFD-1-6/8 displays have been the standard cockpit solution for the Beriev BE-200 amphibious aircraft - a unique multi-purpose aircraft that can scoop up a total of 12 tons of water in 14 seconds while skimming the water surface.
The upgraded version of the aircraft will now feature six brand-new Barco MDF-2068 display units, as well as two customized CMDS-3000 Control Display and Management Systems. All the displays come with Barco’s unique Modular Open System Architecture (MOSArt) and meet the rigid standards of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Aircraft builder Beriev and NIIAO, integrator of the cockpit system, have been actively conducting the certification of the Beriev BE-200 aircraft according to EASA standards. As of today, Beriev has received a limited EASA certification. The company intends to upgrade its certification with the new Barco display units, designed in accordance with the EASA standards.
The Russian Ministry of Emergencies ordered six EASA-certified Beriev BE-200 planes, which will be shipped out in the coming months.
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